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Plot: Beatrice Prior must confront her inner demons and continue her fight against a powerful alliance which threatens to tear her society apart with the help from others on her side. Runtime: 119 mins Release Date: 20 Mar 2015
"Tweenie" dystopia copycat of Hunger Games/Battle Royale 2 (by turdbadge)
Oh dear god why'd I go see this movie?! If I wanted Hunger Games: Catching Fire, I should've went to see Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Wait! No, I take that back. If I wanted Hunger Games, I should've watched Battle Royale 2.Cause if I'm honest, this movie is a copycat of a copycat. Oh how I miss the good old days! The good old days where if you went to see a movie set in a dystopian future where a corrupt government put its citizenry in peril on a whim, it was rated R because it contained great special effects, gritty foul language laced dialogue, and contained adult themes. <more>
But this! Okay! I understand the concept of movie studios dumbing this type of film down so tweens can partake in something that makes them feel like they are cool, or makes them feel like their rebelling.Even though they aren't really, they're just soaking up things that have been rehashed from what was cool 25+ years ago. Please! Tween society, realize that when everyone is a rebel, the only true rebellion is against rebellion itself!
I have to say that I think people are being a bit harsh towards this movie. I understand you are allowed you're own opinions, but is it really that terrible that you feel the need to tell people not to watch it. It really isn't a terrible movie. There's action, romance, a great plot, high quality special effects, high quality acting by a great cast. What more could you want? Shailene does a wonderful job of portraying Tris and how she has changed since the last film. She clearly shows what is going on in her head, the toll that losing her parents and killing one of her best <more>
friends is clearly shown by the way she acts. She plays it spectacularly. She makes the character feel real, she makes it feel real, and look real. Miles is hilarious, he brings a comedy element to a film with quite tough themes and emotions in it. Theo does an amazing job of portraying a supportive, yet tough Four. Ansel portrays a weak, cowardly Caleb really well. All of the acting is amazing. I believe in many ways it stays true to the book, it has the roughly the same basic plot, with new added extras. I believe that the way they changed it made it more interested as a film, if they stuck with the original reason as to why Jeanine was hunting Divergents, as a film I believe it would have been quite boring to see. What they do in the film makes it interesting. Intriguing even. I really do believe that people are saying too much harsh stuff about this movie, it is interesting, intriguing and has an amazing cast. New and old. The visual effects are amazing. The acting is amazing. It is worth a watch. It doesn't matter if you watch it in 2D or 3D, it is a good movie and I really enjoyed it. Fans will as well.
An Amazing Sequel to an Outstanding Series (by jennabtls)
Depth and complexity is how I would describe this film! Absolutely brilliant & has officially won my vote over the Hunger Games series. Why? Not only does The Hunger Games and the Divergent series deal with future, post war tragedy era social conflict, but Divergent does it better. Far more complex characters with far more believable character backgrounds and character development and also a more confident and admirable female lead. By not reading the series initially before seeing the films, I am thoroughly impressed with how well the writers were able to create a film to withstand on <more>
it's own. I've seen many reviews on here bashing this amazing film without stating why other than comparing it to the Hunger Games and comparing it too harshly against the book series.Looking too closely into the book series and comparing it to the film, yes of course there will be many things missed and left out but what can you really do about having a limited time span and budget? As true fans, I would suspect the love of the books should extend to the love of the film because thats what true fan do! Not to mention, there was effort from the filmmakers to keep the identity of the books in the movie. Job well done!It was outstanding to be able to enjoy this film without having expectations! By enjoying the films first and after the release of Allegiant, I will be devouring these books!
Beatrice Prior must confront her inner demons and continue her fight against a powerful alliance which threatens to tear her society apart with the help from others on her side.Insurgent is the sequel to Divergent which came out last year. It stars Shailene Woodley, Mile Teller, Ansel Elgort, Theo James and Kate Winslet. As for Divergent, I did not hate that movie; it was pretty good actually. This time I'm impressed with Shailene Woodley's work and the fact that the movie seems to be better than most YA book to film adaptation that I've been experienced lately. Going to this <more>
movie I was pretty hopeful and excited. I love Shailene Woodley as an actress, Naomi Watts is also in the film: she's great and obviously Kate Winslet is a fantastic actress. Plus, I was really intrigued by the trailer in which we could glimpse a darker part. Insurgent is more intense than the original. In fact, there's more action and it's all filmed very well. The director did a really good job at filming the action scenes, with swift moving shots and lots of long takes, that really made me happy. Though towards the end of the film some scenes were almost to perfectly choreographed that it looks fake and it's difficult to believe that you're watching a tangible thing that is happening. Moreover, Jeanine is newly empowered by new information, new equipment and new techniques. She's an even nasty shade of ugly than she was in the first film and she's on a mission more than ever to find that very special divergent and to rule the world. Kate Winslet is amazing... but in movies she's done before. In that one she's not bad but there's anything for her to do, she wonders around, take tests on people and then takes notes in a very dull and uncaring manner. Her presence as an antagonist is not that meaningful. Tris is still trying to figure out who she is and how she can defines herself apart from her external situation and what others may say in order to influence her decisions. She's determined to accomplish something and regardless of what everyone else says. Tris finds it in herself to be committed to her own integrity. Shailene Woodley is once again amazing as Tris, you can really feel the deep pain of her character, she truly did an incredible job portraying that. One of the best scene is when she's forced to tell the truth about various things she's ashamed of and she really sold it! So much depth and so much background was given to her character, her regret, the thing she feels ashamed of, that all other characters feel wooden and lifeless. However, something I've realised with book to film adaptation whether it's Divergent, Twilight, The Mortal Instrument, Hunger Games or even 50 Shades of Grey; all of those come with a very strong and opinionated fan base. Some of my friends who read the books told me that there are a lot of things happening in the movie that are not in the book which can be viewed as a little chaotic but don't worry if you're already a fan of the book you're going to enjoy the film as you'll be already pumped for it. You may be a little confused by those surprised twists and turns; you'd have to keep in mind that it is an adaptation and that not everything will be like the book for the sake of the big screen. Overall the best part of Insurgent is Shailene Woodley, her character and the emotion she gives to her, how good her performance is and the fact that the director did a really great job at filming the action scenes.
This is a well done sequel that is grander no more endless training and more urgent than the first. The simulations are visually inventive and engrossing without being too spectacular to pull apart the story.Compared to Hunger Games, I prefer the premise and characters in Insurgent. It's less revolting and less irritating. The cast is more attractive too. At least you felt like you were getting a complete enough movie in itself here not chopped off when things started getting interesting.Naomi Watts is attractive as a brunette and though she looks too young to have a son of Theo <more>
James's age, it's just so good to see her on screen. Maggie Q doesn't have enough lines but she is welcome presence and believable. Miles Teller has a few comic relief lines and is quite good as the a******. Ansel Elgort is suitably weak looking as the brother. Sometimes their romantic roles in other movies with Shailene come to mind. Shailene's action is quite convincing here and although she still maintains the vulnerable girlishness that makes her role more sympathetic. Theo James and her do have a good on screen believability as a couple. Kate Winslet plays her character just loathsome enough without being a caricature.Overall a good part 2 grand exciting and satisfying with a likable attractive cast. Much more palatable than Hunger Games.
"The Divergent Series: Insurgent" maintains the quality of "Divergent" and establishes an impressive identity of its own. (by CleveMan66)
If you haven't seen 2014's "Divergent" or read Veronica Roth's trilogy, "The Divergent Series: Insurgent" PG-13, 1:59 may be a little hard to follow, but I think it's worth the effort. So, here's what you missed: Within a walled city, just outside the ruins of downtown Chicago in a post-apocalyptic world over two centuries in the future, people are divided into five factions which perform the major functions of society. The Erudite faction is made up of the smart people – and they are the society's rulers. Candor is the faction for honest people <more>
– society's judges. Dauntless are the strong, athletic and fearless – the perfect people to help keep order. The Abnegation faction includes the selfless souls who help others – and, last but not least, Amity is a community of peaceful farmers. At about the age that people graduate from high school in our society, in this brave new "Divergent" world, these young adults take a virtual reality test that reveals their aptitude – which is supposed to be their destiny.This is a real problem of Beatrice Prior Shailene Woodley . Her test results are inconclusive. She shows attributes of multiple factions. That makes her "divergent", a threat to the social order. She conceals her divergence, picks Dauntless as her faction, changes her name to Tris and begins her training. She struggles, but works very hard to succeed. If she flunked out, she'd become "Factionless", a group of homeless people – without jobs and without a place in society. Although Tris does start doing better in her training, she is found out to be divergent. She ends the first film on the run with her brother, Caleb Ansel Elgort , Peter Miles Teller , who is her Dauntless classmate and bitter rival, and a young man who calls himself "Four" Theo James and is her Dauntless instructor and newfound love interest.The "Insurgent" story picks up just days after the story in "Divergent" ends. Tris, Four, Caleb and Peter are hiding out with the Amity faction, led by Johanna Octavia Spencer . Tris is racked with guilt over the death of her parents, but she keeps trying to suppress her feelings along with her feelings for Four because she's intent on getting to the Erudite leader, Jeannine Kate Winslet – and killing her. But first, these rebels have to find the rest of their fellow Dauntless friends that left the training complex with them – and avoid the Dauntless citizens who remained loyal to Jeanine, and are still being led by Eric Jai Courtney and Max Mekhi Phifer . While Tris is trying to get to Jeanine, Jeanine continues to hunt Divergents, but not just because she considers them a threat. Jeannine's minions have found a metal box decorated with the symbols of each of the factions. It contains a message from their society's founders; something that Jeannine believes will validate her authority. In the meantime, Tris and company also encounter Candor, led by Jack Kang Daniel Day Kim , and a group of the Factionless, led by a mysterious woman named Evelyn a brunette Naomi Watts . All the factions play significant roles in this film, as do the major characters who survived the first film, one who didn't, and some interesting new characters.This is the first sequel I've reviewed and spent more time talking about the original film than the one I'm reviewing, but there are good reasons for that. First of all, unlike most well-done sequels, it's hard to appreciate the second without understanding what happened in the first. The context is important and you can't talk about "Insurgent" without knowing the basic vocabulary from "Divergent". Secondly, there are so many twists, turns and surprises in this second film that I can't say much about the story without revealing major plot points. It's not that the sequel's plot is hard to follow, but I really try to stay away from spoilers. All this is a way of saying that this second film of "The Divergent Series" builds very well on the story of its predecessor and doesn't waste any time establishing an identity of its own.As great a job as the first film did highlighting the importance of being yourself, "The Divergent Series: Insurgent" writes that message as if with lightning. The action is heightened in the second installment and so is the emotion. And adding to the message of individuality are powerful messages of selflessness and forgiveness – forgiveness of others and of yourself. The story is fast-paced and thrilling, the climactic scene is shocking and profound at least, for those of us who haven't read the books and the ending is to die for. A lot of the professional critics don't seem to like this movie very much, but I think they're missing something. Maybe I'm just divergent, but I'm giving this film an "A."
Insurgent turned me around on the books (by SusanMayWriter)
Veronica Roth, author of the Insurgent series, was one of the top-selling authors last year, with the Divergent series rarely out of the Amazon top ten. Of course, the films are going to do well on the back multi-million copy book sales. I wasn't a fan of the book series, having read them long before they became bestsellers. I found them a touch tedious and lacking pace, and I couldn't shake the feeling they were a copy of The Hunger Games. However, the films are an entirely other beast, in that they neatly condense the books, thus creating a far more exciting watch than a read at <more>
least for me . Even though these films haven't been on my must-see list, the latest episode Divergent has changed all that for me. It's an exciting mix of action, romance, and politics, well put together by the writers, and even if you haven't seen the first movie or read the books, you will still enjoy this thrilling ride. The film opens throwing us right into the middle of the action, following on from Divergent. Tris Shailene Woodley , Four Theo James and the gang are now outlaws and on the run from Jeanine Kate Winslet , leader of Erudite faction. They are holed up at Amity faction, where the code is to remain peaceful and forgiving. It doesn't take long for the small Dauntlet group to find themselves at odds with the nature of the Amity villagers and to be discovered by Eric Jai Courtney and the guards hunting them down on behalf of Jeanine. Tris is, also, dealing with the guilt of the slaughter of her mother and her friends in the raid, which wiped out Tris's old faction, Abnegation. She discovers her mother was protecting a secret for which she was prepared to die; the same secret for which Jeanine will kill. A little more is revealed about Eric, which adds a twist to the story. Some old friends will betray Tris, but she will, also, find new allies. In Insurgent, the world is revealed as bigger than we imagined in Divergent, and you will be left panting for the next film. This series has turned me around on the book series, and I now see why it's done so well. These are interesting characters and the angst and fight in Tris makes her a great protagonist. In fact, I don't think I can wait for next year's film Alligient which incidentally is being split into two parts to discover what happens; I may have to read the book. More reviews at http://www.susanmaywriter.com
Better than expected. Can easily stand comparison with the Hunger Games franchise. In fact, I have found it more real content, if one doesn't count some inconsistencies for too much. Behind all strong CGI effects protrudes more depth than it appears at first sight. The acting is strong too, especially by the 2 protagonists. Although no one would sincerely believe that Tris Sheilene Woodley has as much physical strength as she displays here, her screen presence is intense and charismatic. Her friend and partner, Four Theo James does a good job too, he seems to have grown as an actor. <more>
The film is said to address a public of adolescents and young adults. Add to that, without hesitation, also a fully adult, mature audience. Recommended.
"Insurgent" picks up right where the first film of this series "Divergent" left off. The tense peace inside the walls of dystopian Chicago is shattered when the Abnegation faction was invaded and destroyed. Tris and Four are rebels on the run, seeking refuge among the other factions. Ruthless Erudite leader Jeanine needs a perfect Divergent in order to unlock a certain box which contains an important message about their current existence, which Jeanine wants to suppress. This special Divergent is, of course, is Tris.The first film "Divergent" was a pretty good <more>
film interpretation of the book. I found this second film to be even better than the first film. I did not get to read the second book so I could not assess its faithfulness to the original material. We get to see better the rest of the other factions, like Amity with Octavia Spencer as their leader Johanna , Candor with Daniel Dae Kim as their leader Jack Kang , and the Factionless with Naomi Watts as their leader Evelyn . I can see the same limitations of the first book here, especially with the unusual behavior and decisions of Tris, but hey, she is a special girl, the chosen one. I thought Shailene Woodley did very well to play Tris, with her guilty conscience, disturbing nightmares and the reluctance as a heroine. Theo James though is less noticeable here than before, as Four is seemingly relegated to be Tris' consort in this installment. Ansel Elgort looked very ill at ease and awkward in his scenes as Tris' confused younger brother Caleb. Making more of an impact were Miles Teller as the snake- like turncoat Peter and Jai Courtney as the vicious Dauntless officer Eric. Kate Winslet owns every scene she is in with her strong screen presence.A new director Robert Schwentke known for previous mainstream hits like "Flightplan" and "RED" took over from Neil Burger who directed "Divergent" . Schwentke guides us through the criss-crossing web of events, building up effectively to the climactic five Faction simulation that Tris had to hurdle. The simulations in this film looked more sophisticated and complicated, with over-the-top visual effects, especially in that exciting Dauntless "sim" where Tris had to rescue her mom from a burning house hurtling in the air. This film is rated PG, but there are pretty intense violent scenes, including point-blank shooting of defenseless people, and a character pointing a gun at his temple. There was also a scene which had the young kids around me uncomfortably covering their eyes showing prolonged kissing between the leads, with clothes being removed.I think this film fully satisfies expectations for a second episode of a franchise. It was visually grand with mind-blowing special effects. It stands very well on its own, even if you have not yet seen the first film. It tells a complete story, with a defined resolution of events. It ends with a cliffhanger which makes you anticipate the next film. The last book in the series "Allegiant", in true Hollywood style, will again be split into two parts to make more money. Schwentke is already on board to direct Part 1, due out next year already. 8/10.